Metal Stearates

Metallic stearates are defined as the metal salts of an 18-carbon chain fatty acid, known as stearic acid. They are commonly produced by the reaction between a stearic acid and metal salts, such as metal oxides, metal hydroxides, metal sulphate, and metal chloride. The product has substantial usage as lubricants, mold release agents, and plastic stabilizers.

Product Range

Al, Ba, Ca, Cu, Co, Fe, K, Li, Mg, Mn, Na, Zn Types are available as tallow & vegetable grades in powder, liquid dispersions, paste, low dust flakes and granules. (FDA, Kosher, USP versions).